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December 25, 2006
The Chicago Cipher

What do people see when they look at Barack Obama? Whatever they want to see. But what happens when he has to define himself?

December 25, 2006
Because We Have Four, Yes Four, Presidential Wannabes

Just a few years ago, New York was so far from the political mainstream that secession seemed a sensible idea. Now, apparently, the road to the White House is an extension of Park Avenue.

December 25, 2006
Because We Thumped ’Em

This coming Congress, though, Democrats will be in charge of both the House and the Senate for the first time in twelve years. Guess who’ll be wielding gavels, calling the shots? Us.

December 25, 2006
Because at Long Last, There’s Someone in the Governor’s Mansion Who Understands Us

Most of the mornings of his adult life, Eliot Spitzer has risen before dawn, left his Fifth Avenue apartment, and run around the Central Park Reservoir.

December 18, 2006
The Panther’s Roar

A new black-power group with an old name.

December 18, 2006
U.N. Cowboy Flack Rides Into the Sunset

Bolts with Bolton.

December 18, 2006
Obama Allure Tempts Team Hillary

Her black operatives are eyeing the other guy.

December 18, 2006
The Penitent

Eliot Spitzer may have a large say in Alan Hevesi’s political future, but the state comptroller has a more formidable tormentor: himself.

December 18, 2006
The Deniers’ Club

What good is the bipartisan commission’s new, last-ditch plan for Iraq if President Bush still has his heart set on victory?

December 11, 2006
Unlocking the Gridlock

New York has been trying to fix its traffic problems for decades. How those big ideas keep getting stuck behind slow-moving politicians.

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